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Monday, April 29

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Monday, April 29

Burning rubber: A man who lives in the 18600 block of Redmond Way reported that his rental car was stolen. The car was found a short distance away in a field, burned to the ground. Redmond Police and Fire Departments are investigating.

Sunday, April 28

Theft: A woman was arrested for shoplifting at a store in the 2200 block of 148th Avenue Northeast.

Saturday, April 27

Assault: Police officers responded to a domestic violence disturbance in the 9800 block of Avondale Road in which a woman assaulted her husband. The woman was placed into custody and booked into jail.

Friday, April 26

Car prowl: A woman, who parked her car in the 3600 block of West Lake Sammamish, had her purse stolen from her unlocked car.

Lost key leads to stolen car: A woman lost her car keys in a restroom at the Redmond Town Center. Two suspects later found the keys, located her car and stole it. Town Center security told police that there were two suspects in the car when it left the parking lot.

Thursday, April 25

Theft: An unknown suspect smashed the passenger side window of a car parked in the 9300 block of Red-Wood Road and took a DVD/CD player from the dashboard.

Wednesday, April 24

Mail theft: A woman who lives in the 5300 block of 156th Drive Northeast reported that she saw the driver of a van was taking mail from several mailboxes, including her own.

Tuesday, April 23

Embezzlement: A business owner in the 18000 block of Redmond Way reported that a former employee was using customer’s credit card numbers to purchase gift cards, gasoline and cash.


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